Barbara Wendling, Dallas, TX
Barbara J. Wendling received an M.A. in Learning Disabilities from Northeastern University and an
Administration and Supervisory Certificate from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. She has
15 years of clinical experience as an educator and diagnostician in the public schools. Additionally, she
has taught university courses, worked in educational and test publishing, and is
currently an educational consultant.
Wendling has been extensively involved in the training and development related to the
Woodcock-Johnson III®, the Stanford Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition,
and the Battelle Developmental InventoryTM, Second Edition.
Barbara has co-authored several publications including the WJ III Examiner Training
Workbooks, (Riverside Publishing), the Essentials of WJ III Tests of Achievement Assessment
(2001), John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; Instructional implications from the WJ III (2003). In
Schrank & Flanagan (Eds.) WJ III clinical use and interpretation: Scientist practitioner
perspectives. New York: Academic Press; and Linking cognitive assessment results to academic
interventions for students with learning disabilities (2005). In Flanagan & Harrison (Eds.) Contemporary
intellectual assessment: theories, tests, and issues, 2nd Edition. New York: Guilford Press.